In 1986, Sophia George released a follow-up track titled, "Lazy Boy," originally a hit for Echo Minott. It made a minor impression in the pop charts and proved a favourable hit within the reggae market. The single was released as a double a-side with the carefully crafted "Can't Live Without You" track which demonstrated her fine vocals.
In 1987 she released another track entitled, "Final Decision" by producer Willie Lindo, a warning to domineering males emulating the dancehall style of her debut. Other notable recordings included, "Ain't No Meaning" off her 1986 album entitled "Fresh" and featuring Charlie Chaplin, "It Burn Mi Belly" and "Mawga Dog" loosely based around the PeterTosh classic.
"Girlie Girlie" was a major hit in Jamaica with a marathon 11 weeks hold at No. 1 on the then, RJR chart. The popularity of the song landed Sophia George an extensive touring opportunity including, supporting Yellowman on his 1990 US concerts. She continued to record for the Pow Wow label during the 90s without ever coming close to matching the impact of her greatest hit, "Girlie Girlie."